(December 2016) River Explorer Passes 30,000 Student Milestone
(August 2016) ORF awarded grant to remove Owingsville Slate Creek Dam
(March 2016) ORF Hires Restoration Program Manager
(February 2016) E.W. Scripps Executive Joins ORF Board
(December 2015) ORF Receives Grant To Remove Gunpowder Creek Dam
(December 2015) Ashland Executive Gary Allen Joins ORF Board
(November 2014) Largest Dam Removal in Ohio River Watershed Begins
(November 2014) Beaver Creek Apple Lane Restoration Begins
(June 2014) Students Selected for Youth Conservation Team
(February 2014) ORF River Explorer program selected as finalist for Green Business Award by Business Courier
(July 2013) Ohio River Foundation selected as beneficiary organization for Rusty Ball Benefit Concert
(May 2013) ORF receives $5,000 grant from Duke-Indiana for YCT program in hoosier National Forest
(April 2013) Toyota Motors and Manufacturing, Kentucky grant ORF $10,000 for YCT work in Boone National Forest
(January 2013) ORF receives $20,000 grant for Youth Conseravtion Team in Hamilton County
(December 2012) ORF receives $15,000 grant from Ashland, Inc. for River Explorer program in Northern Kentucky
(November 2012) Sierra Nevada Wild Rivers campaign yields $17,000 for ORF restoration program
(May 2012) Job Opportunity - Development Manager
(February 2012) Ohio River Foundation Receives $100,000 Creek Restoration Grant
(January 2012) Georgetown Dam on White Oak Creek Blows Out
(December 2010) West Milton Dam Removal Project Receives FONSI from Ohio EPA
(October 2010) ORSANCO votes to further weaken mercury standards
(July 2010) Kentucky River Still Continues to Suffer Pollution Problems. More...
(July 2010) Study Shows Ohio River Overdosing on Drugs and Chemicals. More...
(June 2010) US Army Corps of Engineers suspends Nationwide Permit 21, allowing better policing and control of surface coal mining (a/k/a mountain top coal removal/mining). More at the Corps...
(March 2010) The Mississippi River Basin Healthy Watersheds Initiative (MRBI) will provide $320 million to basin states, including Ohio, Indiana, and Kentucky, to improve water quality and the overall ecological health of the basin. More...
(January 2010) Impromptu concert nets $520 for ORF. On the spur of the moment (3 weeks before the event) a Cincinnati musician, Dan Orlando, -- and his band -- offered to play a benefit concert for Ohio River Foundation at the York Street Cafe in Covington on January 22nd. The concert was a sold out success with ORF receiving $520! To hear Dan's music visit his MySpace page.